If you're asking the question 'is Warzone down?' then something has clearly gone wrong with a server somewhere in the Call of Duty battle royale. While Warzone error codes can help locate a fix, sometimes it can just be down and if we know why, we'll let you know here.
Usually when Warzone goes down then it's something to do with the servers going down and there's not much you can do but wait. However, when there is a big outage people make a lot of noise so you can expect Activision or Infinity Ward to say something fast, even if it's just acknowledging the issue. Coming up we've got details on how to find the info you need about what's going on.
Is Call of Duty Warzone down?
With the Call of Duty Warzone servers now down, you need to know where to go in order to find out when they might go up again.
There's a couple of places you can look to find out if the Warzone servers are down, starting with the official Activision customer support Twitter feed. Alongside replying to direct questions about the game and support for reporting bugs, this account will also tweet out whenever the servers are facing widespread issues. They haven't tweeted anything about the servers being down at the time of writing.
If you can't see anything there, make sure you check the Activision Call of Duty Warzone server status page too. If everything is working smoothly, it should have a green tick and say "All Platforms: Online". From there, you can also click on the individual platform icons to see if it's a network problem with PlayStation, Xbox One, or Battle.net.
Finally – as always – there's DownDetector.com. This is a third party service that you can check to see if anyone else has been experiencing trouble connecting to Call of Duty Warzone, along with a chart showing recent issues across the world.
Usually, we'd recommend cross referencing all three services and if none of them show the servers as being down, there's a chance the issue is on your end. In which case, we'd recommend restarting your machine, followed by your router. Still having trouble? Check if you can connect to web pages and if you can't, contact your internet service provider.
In this case, however, it's safe to say that the issue is a widespread one affecting all players and across all Call of Duty online modes.